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coloring

[′kəl·ər·iŋ]
(mathematics)
An assignment of colors to the vertices of a graph so that adjacent vertices are assigned different colors.
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Vertex coloring: Vertex coloring of a graph [1] refers to assigning colors to vertices so that adjacent vertices are differently colored.
Holcobatch nondusting and free-flowing granular pigment dispersion for coloring a range of plastics and elastomers.
Although no link has been found thus far between hair coloring and the health of the unborn, Saul's concerns register with many women who want to avoid toxins when pregnant.
The second method is a continuous system where material is fed into a hopper and grinder, and then fed directly into a coloring system.
The color are produced by coloring a solution of a natural, dairy-derived base and drying the material by a proprietary process that results in a low-density colored particle.
A Consensus Development Panel of the National Institutes of Health concluded in 1982 that there was no scientific evidence to support the claim that additives colorings cause hyperactivity.
Also introducing Holcovinyl LQ liquid color for rigid PVC and Holcosil HCR coloring system, based on silicone gum, for heat-cured silicone rubber.
The large study finds that most women who use permanent hair coloring do not face an increased risk of fatal cancers.
Geode complex inorganic color pigments are heat-stable, light-stable, weatherable, chemically resistant and suitable for coloring most thermoplastics and thermosets.
Also like pholox, blue and purple mints tend to attract bees, using the anthocyanin delphinidin and to a lesser extent cyanidin as the coloring sources.
Geode complex inorganic pigments are heat-stable, light-stable, weatherable, chemically resistant and suitable for coloring most thermoplastics and thermosets.
into the part surface in a manner reminiscent of coloring Easter eggs.